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4) However, and based on newly reported prospective clinical trials, it appears that baseline renal insufficiency is the only well-supported independent risk factor.
In "simple" MCDK, the risk of chronic renal insufficiency or end-stage renal disease at 5 years is nil.
AaAaAa The centre, which is expected to be operational within 12 months, will benefit 132 people with renal insufficiency.
The Food and Drug Administration has requested that a boxed warning explaining the increased risk of nephrogenic systemic fibrosis in patients with renal insufficiency be added to the labels of gadolinium-based contrast agents, according to an alert posted on the agency's MedWatch Web site.
In general interventional cardiology practice we see more and more patients with renal insufficiency of varying degrees.
The clinical syndromes of HFRS and HPS can appear identical, with pulmonary edema, shock, and renal insufficiency with marked proteinuria and thrombocytopenia (9).
A few examples of special trials would be to evaluate: Special populations * Renal insufficiency * Hepatic insufficiency * Elderly vs.
SAN DIEGO -- Older adults with moderate renal insufficiency as indicated by an elevated serum creatinine level are at 58% higher risk for vascular-type dementia, Dr.